FIA continues to warn over fraudulent hospitality sales

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The Fédération Internationale de l’Automobile (FIA), the governing body of motorsport, has once again warned fans over fraudulent hospitality packages to Formula One World Championship Grand Prix weekends. 

A company called Foresea Ltd has been sending potential customers letters purporting to have been sent to it by the FIA to confirm the allocation of hospitality passes. The FIA explained that letters may feature the FIA’s name and logo, the FIA Formula 1 World Championship and F1 logo, as well as the real names of FIA staff members.

The FIA reiterated that Forsea is not authorised by the FIA, or any of the governing body’s affiliated entities, to sell hospitality packages to F1 weekends. The FIA added that the letters have definitely not been sent by the FIA or authorised entities.

The FIA initially warned F1 fans over the sales of fraudulent hospitality packages in December, before reiterating this warning earlier this year.

Round six of the 2024 Formula 1 campaign will be held this weekend in Miami.

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